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Pork Steaks

edited 10:53AM in EggHead Forum
Can someone please suggest some cooking times and temp. for 1/4" thick pork steaks?[p]Thanks![p]Kelly
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  • Tim MTim M Posts: 2,410
    Kelly Royse-Keefe,[p]Wow, 1/4" thick --- maybe use them as toppings on a pizza. That is mighty thin meat and searing them will cook them in 60-90 seconds on each side. They will cook quickly.[p]Tim
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  • ShelbyShelby Posts: 803
    Tim M,
    I was thinking the same thing...1/4" is way too thin!
    Maybe take a couple, put some stuffing between them and cook that way.[p]

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  • BlueSmokeBlueSmoke Posts: 1,678
    Shelby,[p]Maybe, maybe not... I'd grease up my grate real good, run my temp to say 400*, and pop those quarter-inchers in for 45 seconds to a minute. Turn just long enough to grate-mark. (May have to try that myself, we'll see what bargains the "out of date" bin holds today.) Any way you do it, you are going to have well-done.
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  • Kelly KeefeKelly Keefe Posts: 469
    Thanks for the tips, guys. I may have exaggerated the thickness (or lack thereof -- grin). They were still in the packaging and I was guessing.
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  • Car Wash MikeCar Wash Mike Posts: 11,244
    Kelly Royse-Keefe, I like pork steak. I usually cook about 500-550 until the fat is burned off. Paste with BBQ sauce and eat. The steaks will be a little thicker than you think if still in the package. A little corn on the cob goes a long way with them also.[p]CWM

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